North Shore Law, LLC founder and principle, Attorney Rhonda T. Maloney, has passionately represented the injured and their families, and supported patient safety in Massachusetts for over 25 years.

Commitment to Clients
Attorney Maloney recognizes the emotional and financial challenges that result from injury. Her responsiveness and unwavering commitment to each client distinguish her legal representation.

For over two decades (1987-2014) Attorney Maloney practiced at the esteemed Boston law firm of Esdaile, Barrett, Jacobs & Mone, representing clients who suffered injury due to the negligence of others. Her successful track record includes results for clients ranging from $5,000.00 to $5.5 million in state and federal courts throughout the Commonwealth.

Significant cases have included:
    • $5.5 million settlement for a bank executive struck by an MBTA bus.
    • $2 million settlement for a young woman whose doctor negligently failed to monitor kidney function while she was on prescription medication.
    • Undisclosed seven-figure settlement for public servants injured during a rehearsal landing of the Presidential Marine One Chinook-47D helicopters on a football and baseball field.
    • The Hartford Insurance Group v. Derome, et. al., Appeals Court docket 1992-P-0304. Appeals Court reversed Superior Court decision, ordering The Hartford Insurance Group to pay additional $100,000.00 to family of injured state trooper.

As General Counsel for the Board of Registration in Medicine (2014-2016) Attorney Maloney advised the Board on a wide range of matters pertaining to patient safety, including the licensure and discipline of Massachusetts physicians and regulations pertaining to physician practice in Massachusetts.

Affiliations and Awards
Attorney Maloney is active in the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, an organization dedicated to promoting public safety and welfare, and the protection of individual liberties. She served on the organization’s Board of Governors (2009- 2014) and was Chair of the Education Committee (2010-2014). She was the recipient of the President’s Award in Education (2013.) Her Academy-related presentations addressed distracted driving and ethics and civility in the practice of law.  

Attorney Maloney is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Essex County Bar Association, where she proudly serves as a certified pro bono conciliator for the Superior Court. She is rated as AV Preeminent by Martindale Hubbell (1988- present) for ethics and legal ability and was named a Massachusetts Super Lawyer (2012-2013) through a process of peer nomination and independent research, which measure peer recognition and professional achievement.  

Attorney Maloney is a longtime resident of the North Shore where she lives with her family.